There's a pleasant, small-town background to the story of Sheryl Lane, who comes to Blair City, after her grandfather's death, to manage the photographic studio for her grandmother. Mrs. Lane in no business woman and Sheryl's responsibilities become more difficult when Hugh Loftin, the young man whom her grandfather had trained in photography, sets up a competing studio a few doors away. Then the bus line which is all-important to Mrs. Lane's tenants in the multiple dwelling, antiquated house she owns, switches its route. Sheryl convinces Mrs. Lane that the solution is to accept tenants with children. Together they resolve the financial difficulties and Sheryl finds romance with Kim Roberts, a local swain. Light and readable.